San Bernardino County boys basketball/girls soccer scores from Tuesday

Tuesday’s boys basketball playoff results for San Bernardino County
Division 1AA
Moreno Valley Rancho Verde 61, Chino Hills 59 (2 OT)
Inglewood 76, Rancho Cucamonga 51
Silverado 77, Corona Centennial 75
Etiwanda 68, Temecula Great Oak 50
Division 2AA
Murrieta Valley 52, Cajon 34
Thousand Oaks 68, Miller 49
Division 2A
Anaheim Canyon 85, Don Lugo 59
Arroyo Grande 63, Redlands East Valley 45
Division 6
Joshua Springs 62, Santa Barbara Providence Hall 42

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First San Bernardino County rankings of the winter season

Here are the first San Bernardino County rankings for winter. I am sure there are omissions, but I haven’t had a lot of time to talk to coaches in the first week after football for us. So, in terms of soccer, water polo and wrestling, county rankings are based in large part off of CIF polls. And with no rankings to utilize, basketball county rankings are based on recent history as well as early-season results this year.

Email me at pete.marshall@inlandnewspapers.com, tweet to @petemarshallLaw or post a comment if you have some information that would help adjust the rankings.

Boys basketball
1. Etiwanda
2. Eisenhower
3. Rancho Cucamonga
4. Chino Hills
5. Upland
6. Cajon
7. Redlands East Valley
8. Colony
9. Los Osos
10. Montclair

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All-Mountain Valley League soccer

All-Mountain Valley League soccer

BOYS SOCCER
Coach of the Year Rubidoux – Brian Miller

Name: (Print First, Last) Grade Position
1st Team – JH Offensive MVP – Hector Estrada 11 Mid
1st Team – JH Oscar Medina 10 Defense
1st Team – JH Andres Manzano 11 Mid
1st Team – JH Jose Flores 11 Mid
1st Team – JH Francisco Higuera 11 Forward
1st Team – JH Walter Zavala 11 Defense

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All-CIF girls soccer team

Don’t worry, I didn’t forget about the ladies.

Division 1
Player of the Year – Lauren Bohaboy, Sr. Fwd – Santa Margarita
Coach of the Year – Frank Pace and Kathy Desmond – Flintridge Sacred Heart

Sammy Jo Prud’homme, Jr, GK, Aliso Niguel
Taylor Alderete, Jr., F, Anaheim Canyon
Lindsey Luke, Sr., GK, Corona del Mar
Rylee Baisden, Jr., F/D, Esperanza
Paulina Good, Jr., MF, Esperanza
Nosa Ogiamien, So., F, Esperanza
Katie Johnson, Jr., F, Flintridge Sacred Heart
Kayla Mills, So., D, Flintridge Sacred Heart
Tera Trujillo, Jr., MF, Flintridge Sacred Heart
Natalie Zeenni, Sr., D, Flintridge Sacred Heart
Adriana Gjonovich, Sr., MF, Los Alamitos
Mariah Helmer, Sr., MF, Mission Viejo
Addison Carroll, Jr., F, Redlands
Tessa Andujar, Sr., F, San Clemente
Frannie Coxe, Sr., MF, San Clemente
Janae Cousineau, Jr., MF, San Clemente
Lauren Bohaboy, Sr., F, Santa Margarita
Mackenzie Cochrane, Sr., D, Santa Margarita
Leigh Edwards, Sr., MF, Santa Margarita
Torey Markowitz, Sr., D, Tesoro
Natalie Warner, Sr, MF, Trabuco Hills
Kodi Lavrusky, Jr., F, Yucaipa

Division 2
Player of the Year – Riley Ridgik, Sr. Midfield – Buena
Coach of the Year – Trish Butterbaugh -Buena

Daisy Cardona, Sr., MF, Buena
Riley Ridgik, Sr., MF, Buena
Taylor Wright, Sr., D, Buena
Mallory Carcich, Jr., D, Crescenta Valley
Michelle Craft, Jr., GK, Great Oak
Lo’eau LaBonta, Sr., F, Los Osos
Laura McGrail, Sr., F, Los Osos
Ninfa Ramirez, Sr., MF, Murrieta Valley
Monique Pendleberry, Sr., MF/D, Newbury Park
Morgan Valenzuela, Sr., D, Newbury Park
Elizabeth Caparis, Sr., F, Palos Verdes
Haley Rosen, Sr., MF, Palos Verdes
Haylee DeGrood, Jr., D/MF, Riverside Poly
Cierra Gamble, Jr., MF, Corona Santiago
Sydnie Green, Sr., D, Corona Santiago
Brittany Aanderud, Jr., MF, Sunny Hills
Alex Balistrieri, Sr., D, Sunny Hills
Michelle Bagheri, Sr., D, Upland
Devin Wright, Sr., MF, Upland
Arnelle Ship, So., F, Westlake
Kimberly Marshall, Sr., MF, Long Beach Wilson
Breegan Saller, Sr., GK, Long Beach Wilson
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Yucaipa’s Lavrusky commits to Stanford

Yucaipa star junior soccer player Kodi Lavrusky verbally committed to Stanford last week, according to a call received tonight from Thunderbirds soccer coach Sheila Huggins. Lavrusky is already the school’s all-time leader in goals scored, having scored 92 after getting a hat trick in tonight’s 4-1 victory over Redlands. She is a two-time All-Sun first-team pick, being named the Most Valuable Player as a freshman in 2009.

Sultana wins 3-0, takes back-to-back titles

Sultana left no doubt tonight, as Brianna Gonzalez scored twice and Britney Roberts had a goal and an assist for the victorious Sultans, who felt like this year’s victory redeemed the close, penalty-kick nature of last year’s triumph against Granite Hills.

“This was a lot less nerve-wracking,” Sultana coach Daniel Polmounter said. “We proved a point tonight. All we’ve been hearing is how Granite is going to run the score up on us. We just played hard the entire time.”

Granite Hills had its chances at times and was only outshot 11-9, but the Cougars fell in the title game for the third straight year. In four title-game appearances since 2006, all Granite Hills has to show for it is a split title in 2006 back when the CIF awarded two titles in the event of regulation ties.

Cougars coach Mike Bradbury didn’t want to talk, instead asking Daily Press reporter Matthew Peters and I to direct the story toward Sultana. That story will be available in a couple hours online and in the paper tomorrow.